Second cherry blossom season this year for me, now in Stockholm.
@pixelflowers I'm not sure, I think it is to some degree in different ones. The UI for remote subscription changed but it doesn't work for me, but haven't had the time to research it yet.
Empty international airport in Seoul. All the shops are closed, can't even buy water. #covid19
@futureisfoss yeah, I guess it's simmilar. Although I kind of understand it for more seldom updated data like followes, I haven't seen the problem with normal content on Mastodon, new posts show up on my federated instance, but qlso, I didn't do the same research un Mastodon as I did on PeerTube.
Today I vlogged about the Korean work culture after working here for 5 months:
> No child needs a perfect parent, indeed to have a perfect parent is to be on a short roard towards psychosis.
> The job of a parent is to let down their child, in a structured way. To gently introduce them to the missery of existence.
I like Alain de Botton, he is a funny philosopher.
Everybody on Hackernews seems to be very happy about it: https://devblogs.microsoft.com/commandline/the-initial-preview-of-gui-app-support-is-now-available-for-the-windows-subsystem-for-linux-2/
I'm somehow sad, this means that less people will invest in the real thing. It also means that IT departments will have more ammunition to take away freedom from Linux developers and force them to use Windows instead because they'll be able to do their work on a Windows computer while the IT department can spy on them much more easily.
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@ajroach42 I personally really like active studio near field monitors. At the rehearsal room we got https://www.thomann.de/intl/kr/yamaha_hs_8_mp.htm and they are really awesome and you don't need an additional sub woofer for them. For the turntable you'd need some special stuff, easiest probably with a DJ mixer.
I've been successfully running https://tube.jeena.net from a NUC in my kitchen now for half a year. It has its downsides, for example when I'm not home and something happens to the NUC so it can't be remotely rebooted then I need to wait until I'm home or sent someone to do a hard reboot, which happened now 2 times.
But overall I'm very happy about how well it works to host from home. The NUC only uses about 5W and it's not super powerful but I don't have...
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